This week we’ve got the sweetest colouring-in sheets from Disney’s 50th animated film, Tangled, a reminder of how to make your own Maximus Horse, and even your lanterns to recreate the pivotal Floating Lights scene. You’ll also find out about our Tangled giveaway… so keep reading!
Free Colouring Activities featuring Rapunzel and Flynn Rider
Download and print these free colouring sheets, featuring Rapunzel and her flowing golden hair and Flynn Rider watching as Rapunzel swings with joy during her first day out of the confines of her tower. You’ll also find an activity sheet where you can help Flynn Rider escape the Stabbington Brothers and find his way to the tower.
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Let your little one tame this super-cop horse Maximus by creating a miniature hobbyhorse version of the feisty steed, easily assembled in about an hour from a dowel and a fuzzy sock. Then set them free to pursue Flynn Rider, a most charming bandit, as he races throughout the kingdom.
Be like Rapunzel and gaze upon these flameless mini paper lanterns. Imagine what it might be like to venture out with a dashing bandit and see them in person for the first time… and just what the surprising truth behind the floating lights really is.
Next week we’ll be giving away the Tangled Nintendo DS game, though it will kill us (and our junior reviewers) to part with it!!! How do you win? We’ll be putting your Disney Princess knowledge to the test with a fun quiz, and choosing a winner from all the participants. The more questions you get right, the better your chances, and your odds are best if you’re a Facebook Fan. There will be a superb bonus prize for one of our Facebook fans too, so make sure you like us on Facebook now!
Haven’t seen Tangled yet?
A thoroughly modern and feisty Disney Princess, Rapunzel is locked away in her hidden tower by the overbearing Mother Gothel. Every year on her birthday, thousands of beautiful lights float across the sky, and she longs to see them up close. Enter lovable rogue Flynn Rider, who grudgingly agrees to be her guide in the outside world. The story which ensues is far from the old fashioned Disney Princess films we grew up with – Disney’s Tangled is an exhilirating adventure story with breathtaking animation, and will appeal to the boys just as much as the girls. We loved it, and we know you will too.
You can read our full 5* review here: Review of Disney’s Tangled, the Rapunzel Fairy Tale